Category: Road Bridges
Overall length: 24.4 m
River Barrier: The Okkervil River
Architect: B.E. Dvorkin
Opened in: 1975
Purpose: Road Bridges, Pedestrian Bridges
Bridge width: 11 m
Transportny Bridge Over Okkervil River In Block No.15 is located near Vesyoly Posyolok District between Podvoyskogo Street and Kollontay Street.
Vesyoly Posyolok is a historical district of St. Petersburg. It is located on the right bank of the Neva River and is a part of Nevsky District. It is also a part of the historical District known as the Right Bank of the Neva River. Vesyoly Posyolok is situated between the Neva River, Dybenko Street, Bolshevikov Prospect and Novosyolov Street. Often the citizens include the area to the north of Dybenko Street up to Kollontay Street into Veseoly Posyolok District.
As for the bridge, it was built in 1974-1975, under the project of engineer B.E. Dvorkin of Lengiproinzhproject. It is a single-span reinforced concrete cantilever frame bridge with a hinge in the middle of the span. The superstructure consists of the unified reinforced concrete blocks with the curved outline of the lower chord.
The bridge abutments are massive ones, made of monolithic reinforced concrete on pile foundation. The slopes are strengthened with reinforced concrete slabs and monolithic concrete.
The roadway and the sidewalks are covered with asphalt concrete. The sidewalk is separated from the roadway with granite border fencing. Composite railings of cast iron sections and metal inserts are installed on the bridge. Granite pedestals are installed at the ends of railing.
The bridge was built by the efforts of SU-1 of Trust Lenmostostroy, under the direction of engineer E.V. Leykin and foreman D.I. Krutov. Inspector V.A. Amazonov of Lenmosttrest Directorate exercised technical supervision of the work.